The law 39/2015, of October 1, of Common Administrative Procedure of the Public Administrations (LPAC), arrives at the normative essence of our legal system before the insufficiency of the existent normative frame: the technological advances made necessary reform of the administrative procedure and the administration.
Although the LPAC is a newborn to the Spanish regulatory world, the truth is that I came with the baggage of the old Law 30/92: now the regulation of the administrative procedure is divided into norms that govern the external relations of the Administrations- Law 39 / 2015, and the legal regime of Public Administrations-Law 40/2015.
Among the innovations that the LPAC brings us, the adaptation of the Administration to a technological world stands out. Our Public Administration could not and should not, be it that of the State, Autonomous Communities, or Local Entities closers such as City Councils or Town Councils, to afford not to be at the technological forefront.
The LPAC says that “the development of information and communication technologies has also profoundly affected the form and content of the Administration’s relations with citizens and companies.”